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Samsung UE43KS7500 Curved SUHD HDR 1,000 4K Ultra HD Quantum Dot Smart TV £699.00 @ John Lewis

£699.00 @ John Lewis
Ultra HD Premium tv is now becoming cheaper and cheaper. Yes, it isn't the biggest screen, but you get an awful lot of tv tech for the money. Plus its John Lewis so 5 year guarentee. More tha…
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Ultra HD Premium tv is now becoming cheaper and cheaper.

Yes, it isn't the biggest screen, but you get an awful lot of tv tech for the money.

Plus its John Lewis so 5 year guarentee.

More than 10 in stock online at time of posting.

Cheers
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#1
Stunning TV no doubt, my only worry is that paying £700 for a TV I would want at least 10 years use.... however most users on TV forums suggest changing every 5 years.... and I still think 4K content is so slow in coming out, that media creators need to get with it....before it becomes another 3d fad!

remember that!

Edited By: Aeschylus on Jan 01, 2017 20:40
#2
Wow awesome but 43"
4 Likes #3
4K a fad?...

X)
1 Like #4
Quantum Dot is a failed solution to OLED in my opinion lol
#5
Great tv for the price. May not be much 4k content but this tv upscales normal 1080p to near 4k res.
2 Likes #6
If only it was the 49 inch...
#7
Aeschylus
Stunning TV no doubt, my only worry is that paying £700 for a TV I would want at least 10 years use.... however most users on TV forums suggest changing every 5 years.... and I still think 4K content is so slow in coming out, that media creators need to get with it....before it becomes another 3d fad!

remember that!


​4k is nothing like 3D that was a preference this is going to be the standard it is not like they are still pumping out 1080p sets.
#8
Went for it. Thanks OP.
2 Likes #9
5 year guarantee on TV & 10 year screen burn comes as standard from Samsung
#10
Seriously pay the extra for the 49 or better yet 55" with 4k, your hardly gogin to get the benefit on a 43" screen.

anthonynsinclair
Quantum Dot is a failed solution to OLED in my opinion lol

OLED is a dead end, Sony & Samsung dropped it, its expensive and has its own set of problems, Samsung have said recently they have something new to announce this year..
#11
Aeschylus
Stunning TV no doubt, my only worry is that paying £700 for a TV I would want at least 10 years use.... however most users on TV forums suggest changing every 5 years.... and I still think 4K content is so slow in coming out, that media creators need to get with it....before it becomes another 3d fad!

remember that!

4K is a resolution increase..

480i
576i
720p
1080p
4K
#12
haritori
Seriously pay the extra for the 49 or better yet 55" with 4k, your hardly gogin to get the benefit on a 43" screen.

anthonynsinclair
Quantum Dot is a failed solution to OLED in my opinion lol

OLED is a dead end, Sony & Samsung dropped it, its expensive and has its own set of problems, Samsung have said recently they have something new to announce this year..


Sony and Samsung have never had it, The technology was made by LG and only used by themselves and Panasonic.
4 Likes #13
haritori
Seriously pay the extra for the 49 or better yet 55" with 4k, your hardly gogin to get the benefit on a 43" screen.
anthonynsinclair
Quantum Dot is a failed solution to OLED in my opinion lol
OLED is a dead end, Sony & Samsung dropped it, its expensive and has its own set of problems, Samsung have said recently they have something new to announce this year..
Some people don't have huge lounges to put huge TVs in :)
1 Like #14
anthonynsinclair
haritori
Seriously pay the extra for the 49 or better yet 55" with 4k, your hardly gogin to get the benefit on a 43" screen.
anthonynsinclair
Quantum Dot is a failed solution to OLED in my opinion lol
OLED is a dead end, Sony & Samsung dropped it, its expensive and has its own set of problems, Samsung have said recently they have something new to announce this year..
Sony and Samsung have never had it, The technology was made by LG and only used by themselves and Panasonic.

https://www.sony.co.uk/pro/products/broadcast-products-professional-monitors-oled-monitors

And Samsung used to make OLED too but dropped it due to cost and difficulty of production.

Edited By: haritori on Jan 01, 2017 22:04
1 Like #15
Babbler
haritori
Seriously pay the extra for the 49 or better yet 55" with 4k, your hardly gogin to get the benefit on a 43" screen.
anthonynsinclair
Quantum Dot is a failed solution to OLED in my opinion lol
OLED is a dead end, Sony & Samsung dropped it, its expensive and has its own set of problems, Samsung have said recently they have something new to announce this year..
Some people don't have huge lounges to put huge TVs in :)

Poor them :D
1 Like #16
haritori
Babbler
haritori
Seriously pay the extra for the 49 or better yet 55" with 4k, your hardly gogin to get the benefit on a 43" screen.
anthonynsinclair
Quantum Dot is a failed solution to OLED in my opinion lol
OLED is a dead end, Sony & Samsung dropped it, its expensive and has its own set of problems, Samsung have said recently they have something new to announce this year..
Some people don't have huge lounges to put huge TVs in :)
Poor them :D
Yup... But the closer you are the bigger the screen looks :D
#17
haritori
anthonynsinclair
haritori
Seriously pay the extra for the 49 or better yet 55" with 4k, your hardly gogin to get the benefit on a 43" screen.
anthonynsinclair
Quantum Dot is a failed solution to OLED in my opinion lol
OLED is a dead end, Sony & Samsung dropped it, its expensive and has its own set of problems, Samsung have said recently they have something new to announce this year..
Sony and Samsung have never had it, The technology was made by LG and only used by themselves and Panasonic.

https://www.sony.co.uk/pro/products/broadcast-products-professional-monitors-oled-monitors


Monitor is not a Television
#18
anthonynsinclair
haritori
anthonynsinclair
haritori
Seriously pay the extra for the 49 or better yet 55" with 4k, your hardly gogin to get the benefit on a 43" screen.
anthonynsinclair
Quantum Dot is a failed solution to OLED in my opinion lol
OLED is a dead end, Sony & Samsung dropped it, its expensive and has its own set of problems, Samsung have said recently they have something new to announce this year..
Sony and Samsung have never had it, The technology was made by LG and only used by themselves and Panasonic.
https://www.sony.co.uk/pro/products/broadcast-products-professional-monitors-oled-monitors
Monitor is not a Television

Pedantic much, they are all panels the tech isnt owned by LG, only LG and Panasonic have moved into consumer production of OLED technology, Sony made the first OLED Panel and SAmsung tried for a while.. they both dropped it..
#19
haritori
Seriously pay the extra for the 49 or better yet 55" with 4k, your hardly gogin to get the benefit on a 43" screen.
anthonynsinclair
Quantum Dot is a failed solution to OLED in my opinion lol
OLED is a dead end, Sony & Samsung dropped it, its expensive and has its own set of problems, Samsung have said recently they have something new to announce this year..
oh thanks for that...
#20
I have read on display specification.com website that this has 60hz panel as compared to 49inch one
If true then it's better buying the bigger one
#21
Unless anyone knows otherwise
#22
bargainhunter666
haritori
Seriously pay the extra for the 49 or better yet 55" with 4k, your hardly gogin to get the benefit on a 43" screen.
anthonynsinclair
Quantum Dot is a failed solution to OLED in my opinion lol
OLED is a dead end, Sony & Samsung dropped it, its expensive and has its own set of problems, Samsung have said recently they have something new to announce this year..
oh thanks for that...

Youre very welcome.8)
#23
docma
I have read on display specification.com website that this has 60hz panel as compared to 49inch one
If true then it's better buying the bigger one

Trusted reviews also state there is clouding and banding on this, something not mentioned on the larger panels, It may be a different panel than the larger sizes.
1 Like #24
haritori
docma
I have read on display specification.com website that this has 60hz panel as compared to 49inch one
If true then it's better buying the bigger one

Trusted reviews also state there is clouding and banding on this, something not mentioned on the larger panels, It may be a different panel than the larger sizes.


I was wondering about the same thing
If that's the case then may be buy 49inch
#25
It's excellent price and voted hot but I may get 49 inch one just to be sure about panel and refresh rate
1 Like #26
haritori
anthonynsinclair
haritori
anthonynsinclair
haritori
Seriously pay the extra for the 49 or better yet 55" with 4k, your hardly gogin to get the benefit on a 43" screen.
anthonynsinclair
Quantum Dot is a failed solution to OLED in my opinion lol
OLED is a dead end, Sony & Samsung dropped it, its expensive and has its own set of problems, Samsung have said recently they have something new to announce this year..
Sony and Samsung have never had it, The technology was made by LG and only used by themselves and Panasonic.
https://www.sony.co.uk/pro/products/broadcast-products-professional-monitors-oled-monitors
Monitor is not a Television
Pedantic much, they are all panels the tech isnt owned by LG, only LG and Panasonic have moved into consumer production of OLED technology, Sony made the first OLED Panel and SAmsung tried for a while.. they both dropped it..


You may be wrong:
http://www.techradar.com/news/sony-oled-tvs-release-date-news-and-rumors
2 Likes #27
haritori
anthonynsinclair
haritori
anthonynsinclair
haritori
Seriously pay the extra for the 49 or better yet 55" with 4k, your hardly gogin to get the benefit on a 43" screen.
anthonynsinclair
Quantum Dot is a failed solution to OLED in my opinion lol
OLED is a dead end, Sony & Samsung dropped it, its expensive and has its own set of problems, Samsung have said recently they have something new to announce this year..
Sony and Samsung have never had it, The technology was made by LG and only used by themselves and Panasonic.
https://www.sony.co.uk/pro/products/broadcast-products-professional-monitors-oled-monitors
Monitor is not a Television
Pedantic much, they are all panels the tech isnt owned by LG, only LG and Panasonic have moved into consumer production of OLED technology, Sony made the first OLED Panel and SAmsung tried for a while.. they both dropped it..

Sony are looking to produce a couple new OLED TVs in 2017 whilst sourcing the panels from LG.

I personally don't see the hype around OLED as the top spec LCDs are still really good
#28
Can you substantiate the panel and refresh issues? I may cancel!
2 Likes #29
From what I have gathered so far panel is 8+2 bit and refresh rate is 60hz
The rest of the sizes across ks series including ks7500 ks7000, ks8000 all are 10bit with 120jz panel
I need to cancel the order as well
#30
Glix
haritori
anthonynsinclair
haritori
anthonynsinclair
haritori
Seriously pay the extra for the 49 or better yet 55" with 4k, your hardly gogin to get the benefit on a 43" screen.
anthonynsinclair
Quantum Dot is a failed solution to OLED in my opinion lol
OLED is a dead end, Sony & Samsung dropped it, its expensive and has its own set of problems, Samsung have said recently they have something new to announce this year..
Sony and Samsung have never had it, The technology was made by LG and only used by themselves and Panasonic.
https://www.sony.co.uk/pro/products/broadcast-products-professional-monitors-oled-monitors
Monitor is not a Television
Pedantic much, they are all panels the tech isnt owned by LG, only LG and Panasonic have moved into consumer production of OLED technology, Sony made the first OLED Panel and SAmsung tried for a while.. they both dropped it..
You may be wrong:http://www.techradar.com/news/sony-oled-tvs-release-date-news-and-rumors

Well Im not exactly wrong, Sony did drop OLED.. but yes that appears they may well make a come back, Ill wait and see though..

There are rumours Samsung has a new technology thats as good if not better than OLED, Cheaper and far easier to produce too, but whatever both companies do the OLED is going to be the top end of their ranges and out of most peoples reach.
#31
docma
From what I have gathered so far panel is 8+2 bit and refresh rate is 60hz
The rest of the sizes across ks series including ks7500 ks7000, ks8000 all are 10bit with 120jz panel
I need to cancel the order as well

I suspected it wouldn't be true 10Bit, but couldn't find anything online.
2 Likes #32
Bring back 46, 47" tv's!

43 is a tad small, and 49 a tad big for my bedroom!
#33
Just to add my thoughts, I have this TV and its very good, It is believed to have a true 10 bit panel like the rest of the KS range as is certified by the premium alliance and that the displaypanel info site is wrong. I can't comment on the Hz but depending on what you are using the TV for it may not be a big issue with content being output at a lower Hz and the extra Hz are being used for motionflow
#34
adamski88
Bring back 46, 47" tv's!

43 is a tad small, and 49 a tad big for my bedroom!


Agree in same situation I wish there was 46 or 47
1 Like #35
haritori
docma
From what I have gathered so far panel is 8+2 bit and refresh rate is 60hz
The rest of the sizes across ks series including ks7500 ks7000, ks8000 all are 10bit with 120jz panel
I need to cancel the order as well

I suspected it wouldn't be true 10Bit, but couldn't find anything online.


It's a shame really that they used different panel and lower hz for this tv though it's same series
It's not clear about the panel but I m sure that refresh rate is 60 only
#36
Good deal.
2 Likes #37
anthonynsinclair
haritori
anthonynsinclair
haritori
Seriously pay the extra for the 49 or better yet 55" with 4k, your hardly gogin to get the benefit on a 43" screen.
anthonynsinclair
Quantum Dot is a failed solution to OLED in my opinion lol
OLED is a dead end, Sony & Samsung dropped it, its expensive and has its own set of problems, Samsung have said recently they have something new to announce this year..
Sony and Samsung have never had it, The technology was made by LG and only used by themselves and Panasonic.
https://www.sony.co.uk/pro/products/broadcast-products-professional-monitors-oled-monitors
Monitor is not a Television
I own a rather aged Sony XEL-1. If my memory serves me correctly, it was the first every OLED TV put into production...
1 Like #38
docma
haritori
docma
From what I have gathered so far panel is 8+2 bit and refresh rate is 60hz
The rest of the sizes across ks series including ks7500 ks7000, ks8000 all are 10bit with 120jz panel
I need to cancel the order as well
I suspected it wouldn't be true 10Bit, but couldn't find anything online.
It's a shame really that they used different panel and lower hz for this tv though it's same series
It's not clear about the panel but I m sure that refresh rate is 60 only

Deffo..

A couple of years ago, my Samsung 51" D6000 Plasma was tragically smashed by my sons Lightning McQueen! I hastily replaced it with a 2015 43J5500 thinking that a smaller TV would be fine, I have sat here for 2 years regretting, 1: buying a Budget TV and 2: getting a smaller screen, the fact the J series were the first with a bezel less design made them even smaller in appearance..

But its been 2 years like I say and enough time to convince the Mrs a new TV is needed, so I have just bought a 55KS7000 from John Lewis for £899.99 (with a £50.00 refund on the price match) everything I have read about this TV makes it a very exciting purchase so its such a shame that the 43" model does not keep up with the bigger panels, as there really isn't anything else in the 43" range that can compete. esp for 10 bit and Premium HDR.

Edited By: haritori on Jan 02, 2017 00:43
1 Like #39
nokiafusion
Great tv for the price. May not be much 4k content but this tv upscales normal 1080p to near 4k res.


​All 4k tvs upscale 1080p to 4k! Otherwise you'd have a little picture in the middle of the screen with black all around...
#40
I have the 49" version of this TV and think it's great. Use it for films and PS4 pro. I would like to think i know what a good performing television should look like so would recommend this.

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